Special schools and colleges
Linkage College is one of the longest established specialist independent further education colleges in the country for young people with learning disabilities.
They offer a specialist learning experience to people aged 16 to 25 through a curriculum which provides learners with bespoke and flexible study programmes. They have seen Linkage learners with a varying degrees of learning disabilities, from mild to severe, achieve academically and personally in ways they and their families could only have previously dreamed of.
Humberston Park Special School
Humberston Park Special School provides Early Years Foundation Stage, primary, secondary and sixth-form provision for pupils with severe or profound and multiple learning difficulties and disabilities. The age range is 2-19 years.
A child appropriately placed at Humberston Park Special School would have severe and longer lasting difficulties. Their Therapeutic and Care needs have to be addressed by an Integrated approach alongside Educational Programmes.
The school is not affiliated with a particular religious denomination, parents can exercise the right to withdraw their child from all or part of any religious education sessions or collective acts of worship.
The Orchard were registered as an Independent School at the start of 2017, and have been offering education and training within North East Lincolnshire for over 10 years. In March 2018 the School had it’s first full Ofsted Inspection and received a grading of ‘Good’.
They specialise in engaging learners who are disengaged from mainstream school provision, or supported by EHCP plans and offer a flexible and personalised curriculum which focuses on bringing the best out of their pupils.
Their curriculum offer engages learners and although they are focused on delivering the highest possible outcomes for learners academically, they aim to make sure pupils leave with a much wider set of skills which will set them up for adult life.
Best Futures is a Nurture Unit nestled in the peaceful village of Aylesby, Lincolnshire and has been successful in nurturing many children back into mainstream education.
Children have the opportunity to be effective and successful learners, make and sustain friendships, deal with and resolve conflict effectively and enhance communication skills. This makes a significant impact on the lives of the young people in our provision and also their families and the wider community.
They provide bespoke personalised plans which combines academic learning with social skills and development of greater self-awareness with reflective strategies.
By promoting positive learning, they engage children in health and leisure activities guided by a dedicated team that provide intensive, specialist support and equip the children with skills and motivation for life.
Cambridge Park Academy
Cambridge Park Academy provides cutting edge special education. Leading the field in diverse and personalised learning, holistic approaches and inclusive solutions.
Cambridge Park Academy, in partnership with home and the community, provides creative, inspiring experiences and high quality teaching and learning in a safe, supportive and caring environment. We enable our learners and community partners to aspire and achieve their full potential, respect and value themselves and celebrate achievements.
CPO Media offer alternative education routes for young students aged 11 to 16 who experience difficulty in mainstream education for many different reasons. They are able to support young people in achieving their potential in different subjects as well as their own personal goals.
As well as this, students learn different media skills while also contributing to content for VOXX magazine, a project delivered by CPO for young people. This is a unique aspect of what we offer that they would not get in any other education setting for their age group.
CPO media current educational offer incudes:
- Creative Writing
- Digital Photo Editing
- Personal & Social Development
Primary resource bases
The Local Authority directly commissions two primary resource based provisions at both Western Primary School (Broadening Horizons) and Eastfield Primary Academy (Myspace).
Both settings work proactively with schools to support student who are at risk of exclusion from their mainstream settings, students attend the provisions for time specific periods whilst they get intensive support to overcome any barriers to learning. Students are given holistic intervention to enable to transition back into mainstream settings and which enables future education progression.
You can visit the Western Resource Based Provision (Broadening Horizons) and Eastfield Primary Academy (Myspace) websites for more information and contact details.
Schools in North East Lincolnshire
For details of all schools in North East Lincolnshire go to Find schools in my area.
Independent special schools and colleges
Independent schools for pupils with special educational needs across the UK can be found on GOV.UK – Independent special schools and colleges.
Special education providers outside of North East Lincolnshire
- Aspire Hull
- Barton New Options
- Demeter House
- Oracle Care
- Robert Ogden Autistic Society
- Doncaster school for the Deaf
- Witherslack Cedar House
- William Henry Smith
- Aegir Specialist School
- Brigg Primary
- Caistor Grammar
- Caistor Yarborough
- East Halton
- Frederrick Holmes
- Good Apple
- Oakfield School
- St Bernards
- St Hughs School
- Sirius academy
- Tetney Primary
- Isle Education